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Travel plan for building developments
The National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) defines a travel plan as: 'A long-term management strategy for an organisation or site that seeks to deliver sustainable transport objectives through action and is articulated in a document that is regularly reviewed.'
Glasgow City Development Plan, published by Glasgow City Council in 2016, defines a travel plan (TP) as a: ‘Tool for an organisation to manage its transport needs to encourage safe, healthy and sustainable travel options. It is site based, reflecting the different needs and problems of different locations. The principal objective of the plan is typically to minimise car use associated with development.’
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